Nikki Sixx, the co-founder and bassist of Mötley Crüe, has shown his support for one of his fans who was highly moved by the new version of the 2016 SIXX: A.M. song ‘Maybe It’s Time,’ which was re-recorded for the National Recovery Month.
As you may remember, through the end of the 2020 summer, the iconic musician and photographer, Nikki Sixx, has teamed up with Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Def Leppard vocalist Joe Elliott, Brantley Gilbert, Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, AWOLNATION and Bad Wolves’ Tommy Vext for a quite meaningful project.
The new version of ‘Maybe It’s Time,’ which was released on August 21, 2020, was recorded to draw attention to the opioid crisis while raising funds for the recovery community, the Global Recovery Initiatives Foundation.
The collaboration influenced the whole rock and metal communities, as well as a big part of the people who have been struggling against addiction as Sixx did a few years back. Lately, a fan of the Crüe bassist has tweeted him about her emotions after she heard the song.
The fan said that she knows the song is about overcoming the addiction but it affected her a lot due to her ongoing mental health issues. While thanking Sixx for his inspirational song, the fan said such a song that means so much more. Nikki has responded to his followers by indicating that he’s with her in this.
Here’s what the fan of Sixx said in her recent tweet:
“Shit I know ‘Maybe It’s Time’ is about overcoming the addiction but fuck me this hits me hard with the shit I have going on and my mental health. Such a song that means so much more. Thank you so much.”
Nikki Sixx responded as:
“We are all in this together. 👍🏼”
You can see the tweets and the official music video of ‘Maybe It’s Time’ below.
We are all in this together. 👍🏽 https://t.co/XcpHxfY9iQ
— 📷 (@NikkiSixx) December 21, 2020